Former Wimbledon champion Boris Becker has been released from prison after serving eight months of his sentence for hiding £2.5million in assets and loans to avoid paying debts.
He was released from prison on Thursday morning.
The Press Association news agency announced that Becker would be expelled.
A Home Office spokesperson told BBC Sport: ‘Any foreign national convicted of a crime and sentenced to a prison term is being considered for deportation as soon as possible.
Becker has lived in the UK since 2012, having retired in 1999. He has won six Grand Slam singles titles, including three at Wimbledon, in his 15-year career.
He was declared bankrupt in June 2017 over an unpaid loan of over £3million on his property in Mallorca, Spain.
Becker went on trial earlier this year after being accused of hiding millions of pounds in assets to avoid paying his debts.
He was eventually found guilty of four counts related to his bankruptcy, but was acquitted of 20 others.
It was reported that Becker was first held in Wandsworth prison in south-west London before being moved to Huntercombe prison in May.
Becker is eligible for automatic deportation as an overseas national who does not have British nationality and received a custodial sentence of more than 12 months.
He previously worked as a BBC pundit at Wimbledon and spent three seasons coaching 21-time major singles champion Novak Djokovic.